|Re: [cdt-dev] CDT Call on Wednesday|
Please see my inline comments below with yellow background (sorry, I hate Outlook…).
Thank you all for attending the call today. Lots of good discussion and questions. Please find the minutes posted (links on CDT calls wiki) and included below.
I tried to do it with activities and yes, I can hide/remove the view from the entire Eclipse IDE, but the view is still listed in the “Show Views” dialog and trying to opening it throws an exception and renders a broken view:
What I had in mind was a way to simply not show it by default in the “debug” perspective, but still allow the user to open it manually if they wanted to.
What I was aiming for here is a way to save some generic data on the build configuration that can be used by other views to, for example, identify the toolchain to be used.
A visual example is the prefix and path in the Cross GCC toolchain integration provided by CDT. The path and prefix could, for example, be used to automatically find the right GDB binary to launch during a debug session.
Problem also present in GDB 9 according to ’git tag --contains afe09f0b6311a4dd1a7e2dc6491550bb228734f8’!
I created https://git.eclipse.org/r/c/cdt/org.eclipse.cdt/+/192719 for this issue, feel free to review/comment!
Will try to verify that it actually helps in the coming days.
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